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... night! It is very necessary to "REFRESH" (much nicer word than "dump" which is just gross ) all holding tanks at that point before you have, shall we say....issues! Anyhow, love this learning curve..lesson learned!!
That's all I got.
... and we have become great friends.
He comes everywhere with us and has his own little set up in the car for long journeys where he moves from one spot to another and seems really happy.
Because of my longer stay in the Grand Canyon, I didn't get to visit Wyoming, so Ismael and I decided to take a week and do this trip... with Buddy of course.
You can imagine how we began our day when the Garmin said 520 miles on 80 East this morning. We just looked at each other and sighed.
We drove across most of Wyoming today and there in not much to write about. No deer and antelope playing (well maybe five antelope), with lots of ten foot wooden snow fence along the Interstate. ...
Monday I start a week long graduate level class at UNL in Lincoln, Nebraska. It will be held at the International Quilt Study Museum and is called Asian Patchwork.
I will be learning about quilts from the far East. There will be
special emphasis on China quilts. ...
... brow). And despite the lack of cultural nourishment, I’ve had a really lovely time.
Its been great to dry out from the jungle and to cook in a kitchen again, and of course to spend time getting to know Ismael. We have driven around the state since he works as a Field Rep for the US Census Bureau, so I have accompanied him on a few outings when he’s been to look at properties that are part of his monthly surveys. Had ...